Revered football coach who coached on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 1913 to 1941, successful four Nationwide Championships throughout that span. He also led Muskegon SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL to back-to-back condition game titles in 1911 and 1912. He was created in Berlin, Germany and started his coaching profession with Hackley Manual Trained in 1906. He was also a talented painter who specific in depictions from the American Southwest. His wife passed away in 1936 at sixty-three yrs . old. He coached Crimson Grange, who became perhaps one of the most celebrated university soccer players of his time, at the School of Illinois.